Articles tagged Handley

Page 60 of January 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, January 1976

More on Second-hand Dinos

Sir, With reference to Mr. Edward's letter offering advice to a prospective purchaser of a 1971/72 Ferrari Dino, I would like to add some further useful advice, as although I have never actually driven a Ferrari, I did once see one go by on the road. I believe that a bumper for a Maserati can cost over £200 and a crankshaft for a Suzuki motorcycle is £50. Brillo pads are also more expensive than...

Page 82 of November 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, November 1975

Buying Secondhand Dinos

Buying Secondhand Milos Sir, It seems great interest is now being shown in the Dino 246 GT as a reasonably priced exoticar. Mr. Cotterell in your July issue said he did all his own servicing due to high garage charges by the specialists in his marque. Mr. Lewis in the September issue then quite correctly stated the point that knowledgeable servicing costs money but probably in the end saves money...

Page 4 of July 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, July 1926

The International Auto-Cycle Tourist Trophy Races 1926

The International Auto-Cycle Tourist Trophy Races 1926 A WEEK OF THRILLS IN THE ISLE OF MAN. THE JUNIOR T.T. RACE. IT is a remarkable fact that, however often the T.T. is may be marred by bad weather con ditions, the actual race days are almost invariably blessed with sunshine. Monday, June 14th, was no exception to this rule, and at 10 a.m. W. L. Handley set out to defend his title as bolder of...


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